The Johns Hopkins Office of the Provost invites you to register for the third annual Provost's Teaching With Technology DELTA Symposium, which will be held virtually from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, May 4.
This year's keynote address will be delivered by Tonya Matthews, associate provost for inclusive workforce development and director of the STEM Learning Innovation Center at Wayne State University.
The symposium will also highlight the projects funded by the Digital Education and Learning Technology Acceleration (DELTA) grants via breakout sessions. Additional breakout sessions related to this year's theme of fostering student engagement in learning communities have been selected and will include:
- Engaging Students with MS Teams: 3 Case Studies
- Finding Pearls in the Mud: Unexpected Wins Arising from Virtual Delivery of the Medical School Curriculum During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Students Share Writing with SharePoint
- Quest2Learn: A Gamification and Augmented Reality Approach to Advance Education for online and in person lab sciences
- Future of Storytelling: 360 Video and the Case for Quality
- Dream Big: From Zoom to Virtual Reality in the First-Year Seminar
The symposium will close with a panel discussion where students share their personal thoughts and reflections on student engagement in both virtual and in-person classroom settings.
We hope that you share this invitation with your colleagues and register to secure your access to this symposium.
Register on the Provost's Teaching With Technology DELTA Symposium website.
About DELTA Grant Initiative and Funding RFP
The Provost's DELTA initiative is intended to unleash the potential of digital technology and encourage the Johns Hopkins community to think creatively about how to continually improve teaching at the university. For more information about DELTA or to apply for DELTA grant funding, visit the Office of the Provost website. Proposals due by May 31.